i needed to add a birthday card to my stash so i watercoloured this cute wild rose studio teddy clear stamp with distress ink pads and twinkling H2Os and used a wild rose studio sentiment. the looped heart border is one of the impression obsession dies that i chose when i recently won a gift certificate by playing along with their challenges.
i’d like to submit this card to these challenges:
papertake weekly – ohhh so cute
creative knockouts – colouring show off
feeling crafty – one for the girls/ladies
always something creative – birthday
natalie and amy’s challenge – rubber stamping
papercrafting challenges – my faves are watercolouring cute and whimsical images, dies, minimal embellishments
allsorts – happy birthday as they celebrate their 5th bday
one crazy stamper – anything goes and an embellishment
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i created this birthday card for a very special someone who loves elephants; this is my first bella stamp by wild rose studio and i think she’s just so cute. i followed the sketch at a die for a sketch challenge #14 (flipped vertically), coloured with distress inks and twinkling H2Os, made my own flowers with dies and punches and of course added stickles wherever i could.
i’d also like to submit this card to these challenges:
Birthday Card Challenge in the Moxie Fab World
stamp with fun #217 celebrate
the cutie pie – pretty in pink
a little bit crafty ‘die-ing for it’
the paper girls – watercolours
wordplay saturday july – birthdays
seize the birthday – anything goes
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i know it’s a bit early to think about christmas cards, especially with all this summer-like weather we’ve been having, but Sandra’s Rudolph Day Challenge is the perfect reminder to set one day a month aside to work on your holiday cards. by november, you’ll have a nice stash and you won’t panic; well not about cards anyway. i’m also submitting this to the ABC Christmas Challenge – ‘F is for Furry and/or Feathered Friends.’ i coloured the image with distress inks, added flower soft to his hat and layered up the poinsettia. thanks for popping by.
i made this card for my son, who passed away two years ago today and it just feels natural to me to continue to make cards to honour him, especially because he always encouraged me along my creative pursuits. besides, so much has changed since that horrific day that my card making is probably the only thing that feels natural; everything else just feels out of whack – maybe it always will. i miss him and think of him daily, but with my birthday last saturday and father’s day tomorrow, it’s been an overwhelming week. teddy is watercoloured and i added flower soft to the flower centres and for the grass. i’m submitting this card to the flower soft floral challenge.
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i created this spring card for a couple of challenges: sir stampalot called for greens, yellow, and/or pink; the paper players‘ says spring has sprung; simon says ‘anything goes’ and splitcoaststampers is having a Spotted Canary Spring Challenge. the image is watercoloured, stickles were added to the dress, yellow flowers and water stream and a pink gem was added to the pink flower. thanks for popping by.